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Secluded former campground in Regina will become site for Indigenous ceremonies – CBC

May 31, 2024 King’s Park chosen in 5-year development plan A site recently approved by Regina city council for Indigenous ceremonies will help people hoping to connect with their history and identity, an elder from Piapot First Nation involved in the decision says. “I’m happy that we’re doing this — that it’s something that will always be […]

by ahnationtalk on May 31, 202454 Views

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In Saskatchewan, We Are All Treaty People

May 24, 2024 The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed May 20 to 26 as Treaties Recognition Week. “When you are at a concert or an event or have your radio on and you hear a land acknowledgement, you are hearing that Saskatchewan is Treaty land,” First Nations, Métis, and Northern Affairs Minister Don McMorris said. […]

by ahnationtalk on May 24, 202432 Views

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Ceremony saved my life’: Ochapowace First Nation man healing through culture and dance – CBC

May 20, 2024 Ivan Isaac from Ochapowace First Nation says he’s healing through culture and dancing powwow. This year, he’ll be initiated into the powwow circle in his home nation of Ochapowace First Nation, in southeastern Saskatchewan. (Submitted by Ivan Isaac) Ivan Isaac is healing from trauma and improving his mental health through powwow dancing […]

by ahnationtalk on May 20, 202439 Views

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New curator brings ‘radical diversity’ to Regina’s MacKenzie Art Gallery – The Star Phoenix

May 17, 2024 “When I curate Indigenous artists, I’m making that space within the gallery a sovereign place, where we have a voice and power.” Growing up in Cumberland House Cree Nation, Felicia Gay never ran out of ideas for her drawings. “I wasn’t very talented, but I had a lot of great ideas,” said […]

by ahnationtalk on May 17, 202430 Views

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Moose Hide Campaign Day Observed in Legislative Assembly

May 16, 2024 Today, Members of the Legislative Assembly, along with Saskatchewan public service employees, join people across Canada and wear moose hide pins to observe the annual Moose Hide Campaign. The Moose Hide Campaign is an Indigenous-led, grassroots movement that has evolved to engage Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to end violence against women and […]

by ahnationtalk on May 16, 202438 Views

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Regina council unanimously passes motion to designate Indigenous ceremonial site – Daily Guardian

May 2, 2024 Regina Executive Council were presented with a report to designate a piece of city land as an Indigenous ceremonial site. The area is located at Kings Park campground by Tor Hill golf course, east of Regina. On Wednesday, Piapot First Nation elder Harry Francis talked to city council about the idea of […]

by ahnationtalk on May 2, 202440 Views

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New exhibit of Indigenous women’s art on at Gallery – Discover Humboldt

May 01 2024 The Humboldt & District Gallery is excited to share the opening of our next exhibit, ᑌᐸᑯᐦᑊ/Tepakohp/7, on Thursday, May 2, 2024. The exhibit features the work of seven Indigenous women from Saskatchewan (Audie Murray, Larissa Kitchemonia, Donna Langhorne, Stacey Fayant, Marcy Friesen, Brandy Jones, & Melanie Monique Rose) and celebrates the stories and […]

by ahnationtalk on May 1, 202457 Views

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Regina Rifles honour Indigenous members with commemoration at Peepeekisis First Nation – CTV News

April 22, 2024 With 20 per cent of the Royal Regina Rifles regiment being comprised of Indigenous servicemen from across Saskatchewan, Peepeekisis First Nation held a ceremony in commemoration of its past and current First Nation veterans. The event was dedicated to a memorial statue dedicated to the sacrifice of Royal Regina Rifles during WWII. […]

by ahnationtalk on April 23, 202437 Views

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The First Nations University of Canada set to celebrate 45th annual powwow – SaskToday.ca

April 19, 2024 The event brings dancers and groups from all across Turtle Island, with performers, elders and delegates coming from all across Canada and the United States. REGINA — The Powwow is a pillar of Indigeneity across Canada. A warm gathering of community – a way for different nations to gather and share song, […]

by ahnationtalk on April 19, 202448 Views

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Federal funding for Indigenous culture, language programs must be sustainable, say advocates – CBC

Apr 19, 2024 This week’s federal budget incudes $290M for Indigenous-led programs Belinda kakiyosēw Daniels says it’s good to be home. The University of Victoria Indigenous education professor was back on Treaty 6 territory in Saskatchewan this week. Daniels and others launched a mentorship program in her home community, Sturgeon Lake First Nation, located approximately […]

by ahnationtalk on April 19, 202443 Views

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